Yisrael Medad
Analyst and commentator on political and cultural issues.

Yes, Ferguson, Palestine = Segregation & Apartheid

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That was an act of Palestinian segregation. Jews can’t use Islamic water at Islamic fountains.

Jews cannot share nor can they even be present as identifiably Jewish at the Temple Mount.

They will be accosted by Muslim men and women who are paid to ‘study’ there and whenever a Jew appears who seems to be not a tourist but one who seeks to pay quiet respect to the site of his/her former Temples (Israel forbids prayer in any form or even the reading from Bibles or other religious texts), they will obstruct, scream, push and shove and otherwise seek to creat a confrontation and provoke a Jewish response, even if in self-defense, so as to get that Jew removed and better, to have the police charge him with a crime and best, have him or her banned for a period from the site. A full riot would be a real achievement. In fact, all non-Muslims suffer the same discrimination.

Meanwhile, Israel allows Gaza Muslims to pray there on Fridays and all they do is wave banners and flags, rally on behalf of Hamas, burn a French flag recently, or otherwise raise mayhem and incitement.

Jews cannot ride the roads of the Palestinian Authority.

Jews cannot purchase property from a ‘Palestinian Arab’.

An Arab who sells property to a Jew can be sentenced to death.

Jews cannot reside in Palestinian areas.

If you are caught up with the meme of Ferguson = Palestine, you’ll regret it. It will only result in Americans resenting the Intifada methods imported now into the United States and you’ll be supporting an oppressive regime not only against Jews but its own populace: women, children, journalists, bloggers and Christians who suffer a loss of human rights and civill liberties.

Don’t be fooled.

About the Author
Yisrael Medad, currently is a Research Fellow at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center in Jerusalem and Deputy Editor of the English Language Anthology of Jabotinsky's Writings. American-born, he and his wife made Aliyah in 1970. He resides in Shiloh since 1981. He was a member of the Betar Youth Movement World Executive and is a volunteer spokesperson for the Yesha Council. He holds a MA in Political Science from the Hebrew University and is active is many Zionist and Jewish projects and initiatives.
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